18. At 18 they are an adult.
Until a child is 18, they cannot get married without parental permission. With hold permission until then.
If they have parental permission. The parents are responsible for the child. They can decide where the child lives.
If you're not married, yes. You have no parental rights until granted them by a court.
With parental permission, the child can move out. If there is no parental permission, the child is a runaway and is subject to applicable punishment.
The age of majority in Michigan is 18.
In Nebraska, the age of majority is 19 and that is when you can move out of without parental permission.
No. You are not allowed to get married below 16 even with parental consent. Without parental consent you have to wait until you are 18.
Under 18 require parental permission to get married. In some places it requires a court order.
No. Any outing whereby the children leave the nursery or centre requires parental permission in advance, to sign off on the risks of said trip out and that they agree with where the child will go.
Not without parental permission. Anyone who does this without the knowledge of the parents would be liable to be charged with child endangerment and child battering among other charges,
No, she would have to have parental consent.
It depends on the child
It is eighteen, unless married (need parental permission), in the military (need parental permission), or by court order.
The state's legal age of majority is 18.
A minor can not legally leave the state without parental permission so this changes nothing.
Without parental consent? Absolutely not. With parental consent? Well, parents can give their child permission to live somewhere other than home if it
No child can graduate from high school early with out the consent of their guardian except for very special circumstances.
If they can court order visitation rights.
Yes . A Child Of The Age 16 In Missouri, May Dropout With Parental Permission !
Custodial parental permission.
Yes, if you have parental permission. They are still responsible for the child. But they can determine where the child lives.
With parental permission, yes, you can get married. Without it, you would have to have a court order until you turn 18.
If they have permission from the court. Otherwise, they will have to wait until they turn 18.
Depends on where you live but usually not without parental permission. Parenthood does not emancipate you.
No, you can't, especially if you have joint custody, that will be considered parental kidnapping.